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kaine is ahead of allen, 50 to 46%. a few weeks ago, cane was up 51 to 41% in the same poll. >>> cell phone owners and twitter users are getting text messages, urging the vote against president obama. they say the messages are coming from cc advertising out of centreville, virginia. the website's generating the messages and they were registered to the advertising company's president late wednesday. earlier in the day, they were register to a former republican state senate candidate. we'll discuss that issue coming up at 6:30 tonight. fox 5 news edge you decide 2012 focuses on national candidates and issues during the final two weeks of the campaign. >>> straight ahead here on the news edge, when you think of a quick getaway, why that jeep stalled on a fence. and one surprise from sandy that many are not complaining about, snow. >> and we have no rainfall. we have a few clouds out there, brian, but it's going to be a good night for the trick or treaters. the door bell may start ringing soon. the sun's going down at 6:08 and will be dark soon. we'll talk about halloween and the weekend.
in maryland and d.c. the polling locations will be open tomorrow. today governor martin o'malley announced early voting has been extended until friday. hours for early voting has been extended from 9 p.m. to early urday. >>> president obama and mitt romney trying to urge support for storm victims while not actually campaigning for pan election that is one week away -- an election that is one week away, fox 5's tom fitzgerald with more. >> candidate obama stayed on the sidelines today as president obama remained at the white house to stay in touch with fema and federal authorities in charge of the response to hurricane sandy. in ohio today mitt romney's campaign meanwhile collected donations of various goods and food items. romney said generosity is an american trait and has canceled all campaign events today because of the storm. president obama went to the headquarters of the american red cross here in washington. the president said he is confident the recovery effort is heading in the right direction and he urged people to make monetary donations to the red cross disaster relief fund. >>
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